Tourism Review: Volume 76 Issue 4


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Exploring the consequences of COVID-19 on tourist behaviors: perceived travel risk, animosity and intentions to travel

Villy Abraham, Kerstin Bremser, Mercedes Carreno, Lynda Crowley-Cyr, Maria Moreno

This paper aims to report on the findings emerging from an international study focused on the COVID-19 pandemic impact on travel attitudes and behavioral intentions .


Urban and rural tourism under COVID-19 in China: research on the recovery measures and tourism development

Zhiyong Li, Xiaoxuan Zhang, Kailu Yang, Russ Singer, Rui Cui

COVID-19 has severely affected urban and rural tourism in China, which has been extensively reported in the newspapers. This paper aims to discuss the impact of COVID-19…


Antecedents and outcomes of health risk perceptions in tourism, following the COVID-19 pandemic

Maksim Godovykh, Abraham Pizam, Frida Bahja

The purpose of this paper is to clarify the concept of perceived risks, identify the main antecedents and outcomes of health risk perceptions and propose a conceptual…


Travellers’ destination choice among university students in China amid COVID-19: extending the theory of planned behaviour

Lei Wang, Philip Pong Weng Wong, Qi Zhang

Prior tourism literature neglected the negative motivational or attitudinal elements influencing individuals’ travel destination decisions. This study aims to examine the…


A dynamic model of crisis management from a stakeholder perspective: the case of COVID-19 in China

Bin Li, Tingting Zhang, Nan Hua, Youcheng Wang

This study aims to develop a holistic and dynamic model that governs the various relationships among the critical factors of crisis management from a stakeholder…


Understanding news coverage of tourism safety: a comparative analysis of visitors and non-visitors

Xinyi Liu, Zhiyong Li, Qiqi Zhang, Yue Zhang

This study aims to identify the factors influencing Chinese outbound tourists’ perceptions of safety in Thailand. A media coverage analysis compares the safety perceptions…

Applying knowledge, social concern and perceived risk in planned behavior theory for tourism in the Covid-19 pandemic

Fitri Rahmafitria, Karim Suryadi, Hera Oktadiana, Heru Purboyo H. Putro, Arief Rosyidie

The paper aims to examine the effect of physical distancing control on the intention to travel during the pandemic and to assess the influence of knowledge, social concern…


The effects of COVID-19 on Andalusian tourism and aviation sector

Lázaro Florido-Benítez

This study aims to analyze the effects of COVID-19 on airlines, airports and the destination Andalusia. On that basis, the study has assessed the bankruptcy of some…


Millennials’ support for tourism development: the effect of market orientation by governments

Eduardo Parra-Lopez, Jose Alberto Martínez-Gonzalez, Almudena Barrientos-Báez

This study aims to investigate the impact of local government market orientation as perceived by Millennials on their intention to support tourism development.

Factors influencing Chinese residents' post-pandemic outbound travel intentions: an extended theory of planned behavior model based on the perception of COVID-19

Yaping Liu, Huike Shi, Yinchang Li, Asad Amin

This study aims to explore the factors influencing the post-pandemic intentions of Chinese residents to participate in outbound travel. The mechanism by which residents'…


How does COVID-19 affect tourism in terms of people’s willingness to travel? Empirical evidence from China

Yu Hao, Hanyu Bai, Shiwei Sun

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has resulted in traveling restrictions and decreased the demand among travelers since the end of 2019. Policies and people’s behaviors…


Minimising perceived travel risk in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic to boost travel and tourism

Viraiyan Teeroovengadum, Boopen Seetanah, Eric Bindah, Arshad Pooloo, Isven Veerasawmy

This study aims to confirm the expected impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) related to perceived travel risk on the likelihood of tourists to visit a destination. It then…


Modelling the crisis management and impacts of 21st century disruptive events in tourism: the case of the COVID-19 pandemic

Carolina Aldao, Dani Blasco, Manel Poch Espallargas, Saida Palou Rubio

This paper aims to analyse the most significant disruptive events affecting tourism during the twenty-first century, particularly the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.


Air-travel services industry in the post-COVID-19: the GPS (Guard-Potentiate-Shape) model for crisis navigation

Virginia Bodolica, Martin Spraggon, Nada Khaddage-Soboh

Extant crisis response literature focuses on the survival and adaptation efforts of organizations, leaving the opportunity of deploying more proactive market-shaping…


Crisis information, communication strategies and customer complaint behaviours: the case of COVID-19

Xinyi Liu, Xiao Fu, Chang Hua, Zhiyong Li

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic plunged global tourism into a huge crisis in 2020. China was confronted with a wave of cancellations by tourism consumers due to…


COVID-19 and the airline industry: crisis management and resilience

Minho Suk, Wonjoon Kim

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a time of crisis and uncertainty for the air transportation industry. The gloomy prospects for the industry have stretched business…

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